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SDG Engagement Equity commentary: National Instruments

The SDG Engagement Equity Fund focuses on attractive companies with the potential – through engagement aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – to generate outcomes that benefit people, the planet and investors. Here we demonstrate how we are engaging with current holding National Instruments to create positive impacts on the environment.

Within the SDG Engagement Equity capability, both attractive investment fundamentals and the potential for a constructive engagement programme are equal pre-requisites for investment. National Instruments, a technology company supporting evolving test and measurement needs, is well placed to bolster gender parity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) industries.

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